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Maximizing what we learned from Jim Collins

When: 09/23/2015
From 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM
Where: Community Service Building
100 W 10th Street
Wilmington, Delaware  19801
Contact: John Baker

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Strategic Planning Toward "Greatness"

Instructor: Paul Stock

In an effort to maximize what we have learned from Jim Collins, author of Good to Great and the Social Sectors, we will provide foundational principles of “greatness” from his work and give in-depth training on an integrated strategic planning framework. The principles of greatness we review will examine foundational elements of your organization to consider for inclusion in your strategic plan.

Participants will come away from this session with:
ƒƒ - The Principles of greatness from best selling author Jim Collins’ works
ƒƒ - An integrated strategic planning framework to get your staff and board moving in the same direction and a tool to keep you on track.
ƒƒ - Guidelines to create measurable objectives which reflect superior performance and distinctive impact

DANA Members $40; Not a member yet? $80
Validated Parking is available in the Community Service Building garage, 111 W. 11th St.

About the Instructor
Paul is the Executive Vice President of Consulting at Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement, and is a Standards for Excellence® Consultant. His career spans more than twenty years in senior management positions
in for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Paul has operations and quality management experience, having run a direct fulfillment program supplying custom-configured computers for Hewlett Packard. He is Lean Six Sigma certified, and has extensive process development and improvement experience, which he has used as a consultant and employee in both for-profit and nonprofit environments. Paul has organizational development expertise and served as a coach and leadership development instructor at Prison Fellowship’s Leadership Development Institute. He taught strategic planning for Prison Fellowship’s Eastern Region, where he served as Executive Director for the Mid-Atlantic Region for seven years. Paul received his B.A. from the University of Virginia, and a Masters of Divinity and Masters of Theology from Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois.